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M0LDII1G THE HI,
NEW8 ALONQ THE RIVER.
COMES OUT OF HER SLEEP.
Uffwirt.tiwlnUfcwnr. Made only by "JV
TUT S. K. aUtRllAKK rOWPANT, 'X
Calfewia, Ft. Lw-v ijTorlu Dottdi. rhltoJriphla.
Grand Fur Sale.
$10,000 Worth of
cn dd cnin imnuinpinninnnnp nninnn
iu dl oulu iii u&uuffiuiuiMd raMa
While They Last.
BENNETT'S Glove and hi Store.
DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
at "aW M
owlwni H irrm aad
i"'"- 1 muwi m Barm nj
For ttU by M. F. Bakaaea. druggist,
Sunday, Not. 21.
Positive Appearsaco of lb Big '
Aaeotato'y the it, tip Gr.aauaOn f
Mi ad la aanlM.
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Insurance and Loans.
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tor. Fourth At. tad Twentieth 8t
On. Waoie Tin
Sunday, Not. 14
Hiss Harm Flirt
CUUPLF.TE OUNCE OF rROGBAM
I I Cmjk. Bursa, limit
I OUR NIGHTS AND ONE MATI
Monday ETening, Oct. 22.
Mntlm. - -- T1Si m.
ritw Aamna Tar af
V JCIU COWIOT AXD VOVkLTT CO.
LOUDOU BBLL HH7Q2UIS
fCC a m net 7 Tt. s Lea.- Baii tie.
m sues a ew-isie. iwu.
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aValla O wtB ba . Sail tut Ira.
Bar.aaaalaMaiaawaM.. SlW.a McSkcSM.
1 8chool Board to Make a New
Move in the Right
ULFFUL ran OF ieadiig.
Wtan thm Ftiaaar tf-
At effort to pat it tht mind
and heart of the poplla of the Book
Island public aohoola high aspira
tions tad aims tad rood deairea ta
to be nide by the board ot educa
tion. It ia to com in connection
with a bo v coarse of stady, which
will be published ia catalogue form
la the bear future. One of the fea
tnrea of thla coarse of atady i t
caret ally selected couree of collateral
reading, commencing with the pri
mary grades tad continuing to the
end of the High school coarse. Thete
books have been selected with much
care ta to their inflaeoce on chaise
tor; la creating higher and better
Ideals 01 Me and uriag; ia giving
enjoyment tad ia supplementing in
aa effective manner the educational
work the schools are endeavoring
To give an additional inducement
to pupils to read and read carefully
from the list that ia to be suggested,
pnpua wtu do given t mild exam'
tnetion ia the books read, merelv
enough to prove that they have read
caretuuy ana gotten t general tod
correct idea of the contents of the
volume, and credit for the same will
be given on their standings at the
close 01 the year. In other words.
the pupil's home roading will be
taken into account ia determining
nil niness iar promotion.
iae teachers will interest them'
selves in tho effort to induce pupils
10 taae up the reading courue, which,
wnue not csmpiuory, tt is hoped
will be popular with the boys and
girls. It is sincerely hoped that
parents will cooperate with the
aohoola in bringing about this much
Bwki ta b. Stl leUd.
The books to be selected will have
a wide range of snbjeois, ia faot the
whole range of literatore adopted to
the age and capacity of the pupils of
the various grades, 'including his
tory, biography, fiction, poetry, art.
adventlve, travel, geography, wit
tad humor, etc, but only the works
of those auttors whoae writings are
kaowa to be pare, refining tad edu
The catalogue of books to be sub'
mitted will tlao give the price at
whitih the book can be purchased
ana the name or the publisher, so
that parenta wishing to do ao can
permit their children to purchase
ana owa me doom., thus encourag
lag them to start libraries of their
own. Those who cannot or who do
not wish to purchase the beoka will
08 able, it is hoped, ta receive them
at the publio library The trustees
ot this institution will be asked to
cooperate with the school manage.
meat in providing the aeoessary
books ao far as they are aot already
on 1 no iiorary aneives.
It is that wbioh goes into the
heart and life ot t boy or girl that
J troves each t potent J bo tor ia the
ormatloa of his or her character,"
raid Bupt. Young this morning.
As t man thinketh. so is he.' The
same ia particularly true of children
and their thinking ia largely deter
mined by their reading. It the
schools coald inculcate in the pupils
wbo auena inem nanus ox pure,
helpful reading in place of the taste
so many of them now have, they
wouia comer upon our people aa ad
ditional benefit the value of which
cannot be comprehended. Aa effort to
do tats is to be inaugurated la con
Tba Ufail t Dtaoav.r Y.t.
W. M. Repine, editor of the Tie
kilwa, 11L, Chief," says: -We
won't keep house without Dr. King's
aer uiscovery lor consumption,
Coughs tod colds. Experimented
with many others, bat never got the
irae remedy nam we used Dr. King'i
New Discover?. No other renedv
can take ita place in oar home, ta in
it we have t certain and sure cure
(or Coughs, Colds. Whooping Cough,
etc" It is idle to experiment with
ouer remedies, even n they are
urged oa yon as just as good as Dr.
lung's New Discovery. They are
not aa good, because this remedy has
t reeora or cares tad beside ia guar
anteed. It never fails to aatisfy.
Trial bottles free at Harts Ulle-
meycr s drag store.
Maayot your friends, or people
whom you know of have contracted
consumption, pneumonia or other
fatal diseases by neglect ot t siapl
cold or cough. Foley's Honey tad
Tar. a safe, tare aad pleasaat cough
meatetM wouia nave atvea item, it
le guaranteed. For sale by T. II.
Anvota who suffers from the ten!
I hie plague, itchiaf piles, will appro.
eittatha immediate relief aad per-
mtaeat ear that comes through the
ate oi Moan's otatmeat. It aovrr
falla. For sale by Marshall
OMrc Bl. Waart I till
The Helena World of Nov. 9 con.
tains the following: "The Helena
and Ltconia atetmer. George U.
Waters, Capi. Ferry;, llerrimaa ia
command, Caps. Wilcox tt the
wheel, came into port' from Laeoaia
at 10 o'clock; last eight with t heavy
cargo, both the steamer tad barge ia
tow being crowded. Her manifest
was aa follows: Twelve bales of cot
ton, 82 anakea and 1,413 sacks of
seed, which is t very fine trip. She
leavea again this afternoon to make
snort trip down as far as the head
ot island G?,,where one shipment ot
60 snakes is watting her. She will
clean op between that point and He.
iena. aad then make her regular trip
aa far aa Henrico. A reporter
learned thla morning that the Waters
aaa assurance oi aa many aa 2,000 or
3,000 anakea in the Laconia and Hen.
At the Dubuque iron works work
haa ' been commenced on the' cod1
structlon of t steamboat, the Vulcao,
for the government. The boat is to
be bnilt of steel and when oompleted
will be 80 feet in length and 17 feet
wide, with t hold 3 feet 9 inches in
depth. When equipped with the
proper machinery the noat will draw
about two feet of water. The United
States rivercoaymisaioa will use the
boat aa a tender to the dredges and
for towing damp scows which are
engaged ' in making lmprovementa
below Cairo. The Vulcan will be
ready for sarvice in about three
A well known river man is anther
ity for the statement that more logs
have been rafted down the Missis
sippi thla year than ever before in t
single year. This does not neces
sarily mean that more rafts have
gone through the' draw here, for
many of the, old-time rafts would not
hear comparison in aiza with those
that the bow-boat makea it possible
to tow now, but the amount of an'
sawed lumber ia another thing. Ac
cording to a close observer, tho rcc
ord waa. broken this year. Most ot
the mills -havo made a long season
ox it, and have cut t lot of lum
The atage of the water at the
Bock Island bridge ia stationary at
z:zo; tne temperature 48.
But little change will ocour In the
river from . Reck Island northward
in the next 24 hora
The May Day and Winont came
Few.r Horn. liaprovMitata.
The series of improvements con
templated by the Tri-City Railway
company at ita power station on Sec
ond avenue have been commenced
by the erection ot a frame addition
at the west side of the main building,
a. IS . a. a
it win oe covered witn aneet iron,
The company haa heretofore main
tained a. coal store house at the
south ot the power' station, where at
times as high as 500 tona of fuel
were atored. Thla coal had to be
transferred from the oars to this
place, thence back to the bnnkers,
ana tnence to the boners. The new
addition will be used for storage pur
poses, aad - the old building ttra
down. Trie new addition will be
40x80, and will be equipped with
canters, into which the coal
will be 0 transferred from the
care direct. With the new eleo
trical apparatus, which the street
car company directors are working
on, t system of fuel conveyors will
be installed. This will consist of
numoer oi ouoaets attached to a ro
volvingojehain, which will extend
from the coal bins to the feeders on
the boilers. A man will be kept at
work filling the backets, which will
continue on without farther assist
ance and empty into the feeders.
great deal, of labor will be saved by
. The spectacular buileque,"149 2,
which ia to be presented at the Bur
tia Sunday, has more humor aad bet.
termasiothaa most pieces of its
kind, . The east ia etrong, the cos
turning is gorgeous and the scenery
Is very elaborate and costly. The
display of female charms is lavish
but that feature ia aubordinate to
the really meritorious extravagant
numor witn wnicn tho piece abounds
The musical numbers are rendered
in exceHe style by 'the principals,
and t large and well drilled chorua
and an excellent orchestra, directed
by Prof. Milton C. Smith. There ere
really 70 people in the oompany, in
eiuaing tiuan, tne "male fatti:
Miss Zilma Kswlstoa. t voune tnd
handsome burlesque actress: Master
Thomas Meade, the phenomenal boy
tenor; tne Herald Square quartet
John H. W . Byrne, Frank Gardiner.
Marie Qodoy, Connie Thompson, Ar
thur R. fieaton, Sarah McClaren tnd
others. The special features are the
original and famous Kilanyi living
pictures, a Spanish., ballet. "Six
Dally Hints from Paris." the "March
of the Colombian Guards," and the
The best aalve ia the world for
cute, bruises, aoret, ulcere, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, ehilbUiae, coma aad all akin
eruptiona, tad positively cures piles.
or no pay requireo. it is gnaraa-
teea so give penect satisfaction or
money refanded. Price 25 cents par
box. For sale by Harti Ulle-
I Ux Busk tm.w
an. BfaraarS . A'
Bttpaatlaaa ttH Bamr. .
After a eloep of 22 hoars aader
bypaotia lnflaenoe administered by
Prof. Herbert Flint, Mra. Graoe May.
aard was removed from the London
show window and carried to Har
per's theatre last evening aad
awakened la fall view of the
large- audience. The sleeper first
rested on a table, aad waa then
lifted to a chair. Hare the profea-
aor took occasion to explain that in
stead of being injurious, the hyp
aotie slumber waa beneficial to the
subject. It was nothing more than
rest. Herald that daring the 14
weeks that Mra. Maynard had been
traveling with hie company under
going these sleeps, ahe had gained
in weight is pounds, improveed
appearance and felt better,
then proceeded to awakea
Maynard. He succeeded after
a few moments, standing at the rear
of the chair in which ahe was seated,
and placing his handa across her
forehead and commanding her to
breathe heavily. Mra. Maynard first
opened her eyes, and with the assist
ance oi rrof. Flint arose, and then
walked from the stage, returning in
a halt hour to witness the perform
Last evening' entertainment waa
enjoyed immensely, the audience be
ing the largest during the week.
Aftr Mrs. Maynard had been twak
eaed. Prof. Flint and his daughter.
Miss Marina Flint, went through
their ous ternary performance with
volunteers, who were made to do
all sorts ot ridiculous things,
Ohlldna Oatah CIJ
more easily than grown folks, and
their constitutions will not permit of
quinine or other radical treatment.
Dr. Bell's rtne-Tar-Honeyls not only
absolutely harmless, bat 1b pleasant
to the taste,' and is t certain care for
til coughs and colds.
Tau Cam Affava to Chaaoa It.
A heavy cold may lead to pneumo
nia or consumption. Foley's Honey
and Tar taken in, time affords perfect
security irom serious results, tor
sale by T. H. Thomas.
People can't be good natured. can't
be pleasant, if they have itohing
piles, uoan's utntmeot will make
any sufferer from this plague of the
night happy. It gives instant relief
and permanent cure. Marshall
Fisher ecU it.
Just try a 10 eent boa ot Caseareta
the hnest liver and bo-) rognlntnr
Entile of Iltnry Boeall, dcceiiwd.
Tae onlnig4 bsviac been appointed exec,
liz Of lb. last will and Um Lament of Hnn boa.
nleld, lte of the county of Rock Island, state of
IUiaolR, deenaed, hereby gtve. omiee that she
wiu appear oeinre we eonnqr oonri oi UOCK laUBS
esnmr, at the eoonty coart room, la
t'e city ot Book Island, at the Janaarv term, oa
the ant Monday la January next, at which Uies
all perwrns havinfl claim, againrt said eatate art
notified and taqaaated to attend, for the rmipna.
of haTlna the aame adjnated,
AU penona indebted to said eatata are re-
quesreo to make lmmodiate payment to tba an'
Satdtatk,dy of Kovenber. A. IX, 1SS7.
Aucaia BoscKFiai.0, XzecDtrix
Special Prices oh Spscial
Em-El Bye $1.00
Em El Bourbon 1.90
Em-El Rayal liye. 2 40
Em-El Soar Mash 8.40
Caoa Hollow, 7 jears old 2.85
Mt. Vernen Rye. 8 years old.. 3.fi0
(Jucknlieimer, 8 years old. . . . 8.60
Clover Club, 10 years old 4.20 $1.10
Clarke's Kje, bottled ia bond, 1.35
HARD AND SOFT COAL
E. SI. LAWHEAD,
8170 Fifth Aveane.
Have you Sore Throat, Pimples, Oepper
UotoTedSpota. Acara, Old Sores. Ulcers ia
MimtlLHair-FaUmg Write Cook Bamrr
Co., 920 Masonie Tcap'e, ChlesRo, IlL. for
provCs ot com; capital, 5500,000. Worst
eases eared in 15 to 85 days. 109-paga
WILL ADD TO
We have dozens of them and prices so
low you all can afford to have one.
Remember our prices are the lowest and
it will pay you to trade here.
W. S. HOLBROOK
10S, 105, 107 E. Second Street.
TThen ia Doubt,
Health is Life's
Our Kleotrle kUehtae for
th. treatment of Sarvoaa
IX.raaea, Bkaamattani and
Weill's Grcatast ui
CATARRH Bronchitis. Asthma, Early Consumption, Rheumatism. Neu.
raigia, Djipapsia, ecroraia, arpauia aaa an uooa, uvst saa money aawaats.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases ot the womb, ovaries, bladder, kidneys
aertoiM ezaaoanon, paipnaBna oi ur aamia, ayeaajma or any oiiuaa. paennar m me aas,
ahoold call oa the araa1 (peciallat aad (ct an opinion oa their ease free of charge.
ELECTRICITY Scientifically applied, nervous debility, piles, exhaustive
araina, sign news, aareetm aunory,
tasino, sleepleeflneaa, ate. '
VARICOCELE Ia the most active
aionuswiinotnaTBWnnweaaraluaaniaBpeTBUBaWalu ay ear BatnMSB
aaMhodt Hydrocele cared in tan. daya-ae pain.
THE PRAISES WE HAVE RECEIVED
eases gtvea up aa hopeleaa by an, haa compelled oa lo am tala means lnordet to (fee the pea
plo, as well aa tne aaedioal profaaatea, fha beaeat of our kaowlcdce of modi. Ice and oar n
nalubleaklllla tbeartof nugery. Bemember yonr family pbywrtaa laalaaya weleoae as
aee aa overate. We are wUUot to spread oar kmnrMee aas aoow ear aktU, and wa feat
jnatly proad of the daily coarratalallon. we leeejve froia the medieal wo'aagkm for the aa
aneed toxical and earalitoraure we aewrlwan. OWLT CUBABLt CA BS TiUI,
Best of teterenoea aad credentials. Ifyoa eaanot eaU, write, fiandredi cared by mao.
Bouia-S to is, S to 5, 7 to 8 ; Sundays, 11 M to 1 M.
pirn"! a fin irnmr AT.msTTTTrrTi omesiMw.as eo0uobBMu
awvam aaawaaaaaaaiaaaa a . waTMnani J
Five Par Cent Paid oa lTepoelu.
Money Loaned on Peraonal Collateral or Ileal K state Becarity.
J M Baford. Fresldeati
Joba onbaogh. Vies n
t Oreaaawatt, OasaVav.
Beaaa baahtam Jaw S. 1890. a.
S. B. ear. MUchal A buii saw baOdta.
And when It shows
signs of Inejpilarity
take it to
Woltman, k faeh.
A well selected stock
of Jewelry always on
hand at "live and let
five" prices. HUrh
In repairing at reason
. . able rates.
1505 Beeoad Ave
GET THE BEST
AH Work Guaranteed.
aaxa aa Vill
lWf THISD ATESUX
Cos rait the Dest.
Dr. J. X, Walsh,
tata of Chicago, fomerty
burgtioo-ln Clilef of St
Dst SsccBSSfel S;:e!ilis
Smisieal DnwasMaf BomBcna.
Prompt tnd Permanent Caret
oreawnea Diaasy, 10a. oi wui powct, BMBtai oa
eauso of nervous debility. Why treat
For oar remarkable skill la curing
Incorporated Under tha
CcCos New European Hotel
COL CtAM AID VAI I0REI ITI.
Oae Meek rraaa C B. I. A P. aad
1 8. A K. B. Hallra Aepat,
Improvements costing $75JOOOjOO have
just been completed, and the house now
offers ever convninre to h found in in.
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
ugni ana steam neat in every room.
Rates 75 cents per day and upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY, Owaer aad fratrkmr.
Seem Ad aa Kfaafa af wort
Qdlax, hoorint, WtlBJWaCaf
181 h fjimt bti 4th cad ttk Aveaae